Thirty cases of hepatitis of unknown origin have been detected in Spain since the beginning of the year, 24 of them in children under the age of ten. Symptoms include vomiting, fever and jaundice, according to TASS.
Hepatitis of unknown origin found in Spain
Thirty cases of hepatitis of unknown origin have been detected in Spain since the beginning of the year, 24 of them in children under ten years of age. Among the symptoms – vomiting, fever and jaundice, TASS reports. Previously, Belgium introduced a three-week quarantine for those with monkeypox. Those who have been in contact with the sick should simply observe the symptoms and, if the condition worsens, consult a doctor. Now cases of monkeypox are recorded in almost all European countries. The first case was discovered on May 7 in Britain. Also, the disease was found in Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Belgium, USA, Canada, Australia and other countries. Monkeypox is spread by airborne droplets as well as through direct physical contact. The disease is common mainly in Central and West Africa.